Flames midfielder Micium Mhone, who has been with South Africa’s second tier league side Jomo Cosmos, will be returning home to rejoin Blue Eagles; a club that exported him to the rainbow country.
Reports reaching Nyasa Times indicate that Mhone is now a free agent after the expiry of his contract as he has since been cleared by Jomo Sono, owner of Jomo Cosmos Football Club in the Republic of South Africa.
Mhone was exported to Jomo Cosmos at a fee of 350, 000 Rands. The club first paid 200, 000 Rands and Blue Eagles struggled to get the remaining 150,000 Rands.
General Secretary for the Malawi Police Super League side Blue Eagles, Ulemu Kaluwa, confirmed Mhone’s return to Blue Eagles saying that at the moment, no team in South Africa has shown interest to sign the player and he will be returning to his motherland Malawi to play for his mother club Blue Eagles in the forthcoming super league season.
“It is true that Jomo Sono has cleared Micium Mhone and he is now a free agent. He is our player and a police officer in the Malawi Police Service, so we will welcome him back to offer his services at Blue Eagles. You know he is a good player in terms of attacking and we are hopeful that his return will help us to do well in the league this season,” explained Kaluwa.